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Physician Acknowledges Emotional Stress

Physician Acknowledges Emotional Stress Physician Acknowledges Emotional Stress gradually became mostly devoted HIV-positive patients. The numbers in Newark increased monthly in a dramatic work to a Suffering and Mortality Take Their Toll By Patricia Kloser, M.D. light; the death and dying of people professionally in the daylight, and the life and living of the people seen socially in the evening. to seen great deal of my time with patients who have incurable diseases. There are the cardiology patients with severe inoperable coronary artery disease, pain-ridden by intractable angina, and patients with endstage cardiomyopathies. I have seen diabetics, blind, on dialysis, with bilateral amputations waiting to die. My own father died of unbeatable interstitial pulmonary fibrosis. Other lung diseases can be just as unbeatable and fatal: pulmonary hypertension, emphysema, and lung cancer. Malignancy, although often treatable, is largely a fatal disease. Most of these diseases, however, do not kill people in the 20- to 40-year-old age group. In New York City, AIDS is now the number one killer of men aged 25 to 44 and women AS an internist, I have spent way from 1985 to the present. As of January 1987 I had seen 185 women with AIDS and hundreds of men, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png AIDS Patient Care Mary Ann Liebert

Physician Acknowledges Emotional Stress

AIDS Patient Care , Volume 1 (2) – Sep 1, 1987

Physician Acknowledges Emotional Stress

AIDS Patient Care , Volume 1 (2) – Sep 1, 1987

Abstract

Physician Acknowledges Emotional Stress gradually became mostly devoted HIV-positive patients. The numbers in Newark increased monthly in a dramatic work to a Suffering and Mortality Take Their Toll By Patricia Kloser, M.D. light; the death and dying of people professionally in the daylight, and the life and living of the people seen socially in the evening. to seen great deal of my time with patients who have incurable diseases. There are the cardiology patients with severe inoperable coronary artery disease, pain-ridden by intractable angina, and patients with endstage cardiomyopathies. I have seen diabetics, blind, on dialysis, with bilateral amputations waiting to die. My own father died of unbeatable interstitial pulmonary fibrosis. Other lung diseases can be just as unbeatable and fatal: pulmonary hypertension, emphysema, and lung cancer. Malignancy, although often treatable, is largely a fatal disease. Most of these diseases, however, do not kill people in the 20- to 40-year-old age group. In New York City, AIDS is now the number one killer of men aged 25 to 44 and women AS an internist, I have spent way from 1985 to the present. As of January 1987 I had seen 185 women with AIDS and hundreds of men,

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Mary Ann Liebert
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Copyright 1987 Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
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0893-5068
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1557-7449
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10.1089/apc.1987.1.13
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Abstract

Physician Acknowledges Emotional Stress gradually became mostly devoted HIV-positive patients. The numbers in Newark increased monthly in a dramatic work to a Suffering and Mortality Take Their Toll By Patricia Kloser, M.D. light; the death and dying of people professionally in the daylight, and the life and living of the people seen socially in the evening. to seen great deal of my time with patients who have incurable diseases. There are the cardiology patients with severe inoperable coronary artery disease, pain-ridden by intractable angina, and patients with endstage cardiomyopathies. I have seen diabetics, blind, on dialysis, with bilateral amputations waiting to die. My own father died of unbeatable interstitial pulmonary fibrosis. Other lung diseases can be just as unbeatable and fatal: pulmonary hypertension, emphysema, and lung cancer. Malignancy, although often treatable, is largely a fatal disease. Most of these diseases, however, do not kill people in the 20- to 40-year-old age group. In New York City, AIDS is now the number one killer of men aged 25 to 44 and women AS an internist, I have spent way from 1985 to the present. As of January 1987 I had seen 185 women with AIDS and hundreds of men,

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AIDS Patient CareMary Ann Liebert

Published: Sep 1, 1987

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